$49 HeartScan

Are You at Risk for Heart Disease?

Every 43 seconds someone has a heart attack

Heartscan

"My wife gave me a gift certificate to have a HeartScan done by St.Vincent Heart Center. I needed the nudge; privately I wondered if I was at risk for having a heart attack."

Having a $49 HeartScan takes less than 30 minutes of your time and can save a life. Ask your primary care physician if it's time to have a HeartScan.

Request a $49 HeartScan appointment

To schedule your $49 HeartScan, fill out the form below, and someone from our St.Vincent cardiovascular scheduling team will contact you to schedule your appointment. Or call (866) 432-4457 for an appointment or for more information.


Located Close to Home

See the list of St.Vincent Health and Surburban Health Organizations currently offering the $49 HeartScan.


ANDERSON
St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital
BRAZIL
St.Vincent Clay Hospital
CARMEL
St.Vincent Carmel Hospital
DANVILLE
Hendricks Regional Health
FISHERS
St.Vincent Fishers Hospital
GREENFIELD
Hancock Regional Hospital
INDIANAPOLIS
St.Vincent Heart Center - 86th & Naab
KOKOMO
St.Vincent Kokomo
NEW CASTLE
Henry County Hospital
NORTH VERNON
St.Vincent Jennings Hospital
WILLIAMSPORT
St.Vincent Williamsport Hospital

Heartscan Diagram

About the HeartScan

A HeartScan is a simple, 30-minute, painless CT scan that captures a rapid series of images from the inside of your heart, lungs and blood vessels. The HeartScan measures the amount of hardened plaque inside the coronary arteries and assigns a coronary artery calcium score. This score is an early indicator of heart disease.

There is no special prep in order to have a HeartScan done. At the conclusion of the test, you'll get a printed HeartScan report. The radiologist at St.Vincent can also send this report to your cardiologist and/or primary care physician upon your request.

Be Proactive

Heart disease and stroke can strike without warning. Are you over age 40? Do you have any of these risk factors? If so, ask your physician about having a HeartScan.

Next Steps

Be Proactive

  • Heart disease and stroke can strike without warning. Are you over age 40? Do you have any of these risk factors? If so, ask your physician about having a HeartScan.

Heart Disease Risk Factors

  • High or borderline high blood pressure
  • High or borderline high cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Family history of heart disease, heart attack or stroke
  • Overweight or obese
 

To learn more about heart disease, use the St.Vincent Health Information Library.